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14 Jun, 2024
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WhatsApp has upgraded its video-calling features to better compete with platforms like Zoom, FaceTime, and Google Meet.

The Meta-owned app now supports screen sharing, group calls with up to 32 participants, and a speaker spotlight feature.

Screen sharing is useful for watching videos together, sharing content, or troubleshooting devices. It also supports audio sharing, allowing participants to chat while viewing the shared screen.

The participant limit has increased from eight to 32, enhancing the app's utility for larger group calls. The new speaker spotlight feature highlights the current speaker, making it easier to identify who is talking.

WhatsApp has also switched to the MLow codec for clearer calls, improving noise and echo cancellation. Additionally, video calls will stream in higher resolution if the network allows.